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A group of secondary music students pose for a photo
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A group of high school students pose for a photo during homecoming
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News & Announcements

educators pose with new anatomage table

The William Floyd School District has recently acquired an Anatomage Table, a groundbreaking piece of equipment that is described as the most technologically advanced 3D visualization and virtual dissection tool for anatomy and physiology education available. This technology will be used to supplement lessons in the Medical Assisting program, part of the high school’s award-winning Career and Technical Education program, as well as the science department’s anatomy and physiology classes. The William Floyd School District is among just a small number of public schools on Long Island to have this tool available for student use.

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students wearing red and black during WARM Week at Moriches Elementary

Moriches Elementary School recently celebrated their annual WARM Week – an acronym for “We Are Reading More,” a fun five-day celebration. This year’s theme was “Reading at Moriches is Magical!” Students and staff dressed up in a special theme each day of the week! During WARM Week, the school community also came together and collected approximately 100 pairs of new warm socks to donate to local relief agencies such as Colonial Youth and Family Services and Nana’s House to help their neighbors in need.

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photo of art teachers by art show sign

Coinciding with the beginning of March and the celebration of Youth Art & Music Month, the William Floyd School District Fine Arts Department hosted their largest districtwide art show to date! Now held in William Floyd High School’s south lobby, the Fine Arts department welcomed hundreds of community residents to take in all of the stunning visual artwork made by students from across the district.

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photo of students and adults in front of a Caine's Arcade sign

Second-grade students at Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School recently put their creative skills to the test by designing cardboard arcade games! Inspired by “Caine’s Arcade,” a story about a nine-year-old who built an arcade out of cardboard in his father’s auto shop, students took their favorite forms of entertainment and turned them into retro video games similar to those found in an arcade!

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students by a PSEG truck

Earlier this school year, Tangier Smith Elementary School third-grade students had the opportunity to meet with representatives from PSEG Long Island as part of the Safety Sleuth initiative, an interactive program designed to educate students about the importance of electrical safety and the important role that lineworkers have in keeping society running on a day-to-day basis.

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